The CFO agenda for disruption
KPMG’s Don Mailliard, Corporate Services Line Leader, and John E. Mulhall, Financial Management Service Network Lead, share their views on the future of finance.
In the wake of rapid disruption, CEOs are looking to the finance function to take on a considerably broader and deeper set of strategic responsibilities than ever before.
Leading finance organizations have developed an agenda to deal with disruption. And with a clear line of sight to the impact of disruption on both the business model and the operating model, the CFO has the chance to turn disruptors into opportunities for competitive advantage and growth.
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When thinking about how to strategically allocate capital, the most progressive CFOs adopt the mindset of a venture capitalist (VC), especially when it comes to investments in innovation. Questions they carefully consider when evaluating through a VC lens include:
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